DoL to Monitor Whether Hotels are Giving Salary to Employees or not

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DoL to Monitor Whether Hotels are Giving Salary to Employees or not

May 6: The Department of Labour (DoL) is monitoring whether or not the hotel entrepreneurs have given salary for the month of Chaitra (mid-March to mid-April) to their workers.    
The Department is carrying out monitoring in this regard after complaints that some hotel entrepreneurs have not given the remuneration for the month of Chaitra despite the government's directives calling on all industries and enterprises to compulsorily give the salary for the month of the specified month to their employees.    
The entrepreneurs had agreed to pay the salary during discussions with the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security on Monday.    
DoL said the Hotel Association of Nepal (HAN) and the Joint Trade Union Coordination Committee will facilitate in the monitoring. Likewise, the Labour and Occupational Security Department, and the Labour and Employment Office would follow-up on this, Ministry's spokesperson Suman Ghimire said.    
The Ministry has urged all the sides concerned to make arrangements for paying the salary of workers by utilising the economic facilities provided by the government.  -- RSS 

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